News published May 2015
Oldham Council Leader welcomes appointment of GM interim mayor
The Leader of Oldham Council has welcomed today’s selection of Tony Lloyd as the interim mayor of Greater Manchester.
Community group gets boost from council
Oldham Council has helped secure the long-term future of a Chadderton residents’ club by transferring ownership of its premises to the community group.
Tandle Hill peace marker given facelift
A granite marker stone that recognises the date Tandle Hill Park was gifted to the people of the borough has been refurbished.
Garage owner prosecuted for clocking car
Oldham Council has successfully prosecuted a garage owner for selling a ‘clocked’ car to a member of the public.
Council helps tackle Russian organised crime gang
Officers from Oldham Council have helped tackle a Russian organised crime gang – the first case of its kind in the country.
Proposals for new Saddleworth School revealed
Plans for the proposed new Saddleworth School in Diggle have been revealed – with the public asked to give their views during a four-week consultation period.
Don't judge me for being a teenager. Foster me
Oldham Council has launched a campaign to encourage residents to open up their homes to teenagers in the borough by becoming foster carers.
Whit Friday Band contests will hit all the right notes
Thousands of people from across Oldham and beyond are set to enjoy a spectacular day of free entertainment at the famous Whit Friday band contests.
Oldham Council dusts off a Cold War relic
The Cold War may have thawed out many years ago but a new collection of images released by Oldham Council takes a step back in time to that period.
New Cabinet line-up for Oldham Council
Oldham Council has appointed a new-look Cabinet to lead the Borough in 2015/6.